Miriam Neiger-Fleischmann
Address: Derech Hebron 112/28
Talpiot, 93481, Jerusalem, Israel
Tel/Fax: +972-2-6719335

Exhibition at the Artists House, Jerusalem, June 24 - July 18, 2000

 Miriam Neiger-Fleischmann
  Bborn in Slovakia, 1948 Came to Israel, 1949. Studied art at the "Bezalel" academy, Jerusalerm,
1977-1981 (B.FA). Completed her master studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem magna cum laude. (2008) Lives and creates in Jerusalem. Currently she is PhD candidate at the Hebrew University at the Hebrew literature depatrtment studying the poetry of Avigdor Hameiri.

     Neiger-Fleischmann has participated in many exhibitions in galleries and museums, both in Israel and abroad, including the Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv Museum, and other venues in New York, Paris, Germany, Spain, Slovakia and more. Her works are found in the permanent collections of the Israel Museum, Haifa Museum, the National Museum of Women in the Arts (Washington, DC), Ben-Gurion University, Mishkenot Sha’ananim and in many public and private collections in Israel and abroad.

She has published three volumes of poetry in Hebrew: Word in a Visual Space, Images Reproduced and, very recently, Material in No Man’s Land. Exile, a volume of poems in Hungarian, appeared in Budapest in 2002. Her poems have won the Acum Prize, The Belles Lettres Prize (the Jerusalem Municipality) and the Hershon Prize (the Hebrew University) and have been published in literary magazines in Israel and abroad.

Selected one person exhibitions

1983, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem - "Haunted environments"; 1983, Gallery Gimel, Jerusalem - works on paper; 1984, Gallery Schumacher, Cologne, Germany - paintings, objects; 1985, Gallery Schumacher, Cologne, Germany - Drawing for "Siege"; 1986, Mishkenot Sha'ananim, Jerusalem - "Siege"; 1986, Henry Street Settlement, New York - "Books"; 1987, Aika Brown Gallery, Jerusalem - "Over the rainbow"; 1987, Meimad katan Gallery, Tel Aviv - "Books"; 1988, Avraham Baron Gallery, Ben-Gurion University - "Siege"; 1989, Haifa Museum - "Chariot of Fire" ; - "Against all the odds"; 1989, Leonarda di Mauro Gallery, New York - works on paper; 1990, The Artists House, Jerusalem - "Chapters of observation"; 1991, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem - "January 15 - February 28"; 1992, Sara Levi Gallery, Tel Aviv - works on paper; 1992, Habama, Jerusalem - "Books"; 1992, Daphna Naor's Space for Contemporary Art, Jerusalem - Painting; 1993, Cite Internationale des Arts, Paris - "Victoire, Triomphe, Gloire"; "The remembering river"; 1994, The Danube Museum , Komarno, Slovakia - "Jerusalem"; 1995, The Artists House, Jerusalem - "Books"; 1996, Borussia Dortmund Stadium, Germany - "Neiger meets Braque"; 1998, The National Museum, Bratislava, Slovakia. - Jerusalem;  1999, Casa del Diezmo, Celaya, Guanajuato, Mexico - "Jerusalen, Fin del Milenio", works  on  paper; 2000, The Artists House, Jerusalem - "A Day Is Coming"; 2002 - Museo Gilardi, Tuscany, Forte Dei Marmi, Italy – Works on Paper; 2003 - Komaromi kisgaleria, Komarom, Hungary – works on paper; 2007- Netanya Academic College - Jerusalem, Landscapes of the mind; 2007 - The Artist House, Jerusalem, Bordering on Embroidery. 2007 Gallery IX Budapest, Hungary, Jerusalem, Landscapes of the mind, works on paper. 2010 The Jewish Museum of Hungary, Budapest, Jerusalem - Meanderings in Time. 2010 - 2011 Szeged. Debrecen , Hungary, Jerusalem - Meanderings in Time. Colours, Years and Millennia  "The Art of  Miriam Neiger- Fleischmann", Exhibition at The Jewish Museum of Hungary, Budapest. 

Selected group exhibitions

1981, Artists House, Jerusalem, - "Ulam no.1"; 1981, The Tel Aviv Museum - "A Turning Point"; 1982, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem - "Here and Now"; 1982, The Haifa Museum - "Biennale for young artists"; 1982, Artists House, Jerusalem - "Ulam no. 9"; 1982, Julie M. Gallery, Tel Aviv (3 artists); 1983, Travelling exhibition - Omanut la'am - "Red color"; 1984, Visual Art Center, Be'er- Sheva - "Artists' Studios"; 1984, Radius Gallery, Tel Aviv - "Artists' Studios"; 1984, City Gallery Bocholts , Germany; 1984, The Israel Museum - "80 Years of Sculpture"; 1985, Grand Palais, Paris - "Artists from Jerusalem"; 1985, Aika Brown Gallery, Jerusalem - "Slaughtered Camel" (3 artists); 1985, The Artist House, Jerusalem - "Toward a Godless Myth"; 1986, The Artist House, Jerusalem - "Self Portrait"; 1986, International Exhibition, Budapest, Hungary - "Art of Today 1"; 1986, Mercer 55, Soho, New York - "Art Israel, the 80th"; 1987, International Exhibition, Budapest, Hungary - "Art of Today 2"; 1987, U.S.A travelling exhibition - "Art Israel , the 80th"; 1987, Kunstverein, Darmstadt, Germany - "Unseen Sculpture"; 1987, U.N center, Vienna, Austria - "Artists' Statements"; 1989, The Jerusalem Theater - "Israel Art Week"; 1990, The National Museum of Women in The Arts, Washington D.C., U.S.A. - "Books As Art 3"; 1990, The Jerusalem Theater - "Israel Art Month"; 1990, International exhibition Budapest, Hungary - "Art of Today 3"; 1991, 6 Room Gallery, Jaffa - "Siege, The fight on the gate": 1991, Sf. Gheorghe, Romania - "Medium 2"; 1992, Travelling exhibition - "From The Limits of The West"; 1993, Mishkenot Sha'ananim, Jerusalem - "Touches"; 1993, The Tower, Tel Aviv - sculptures; 1993, Wine Festival, Rishon Le'Zion - "Wine and Color"; 1993, The Environment Museum, Petah Tikva, "Sculptured trash"; 1993, The Yavne Art Workshop Gallery - "A Matchbox Enclosed"; 1993, The Janco-Dada Museum, Ein Hod - " A Matchbox Enclosed"; 1994, The Artists House, Jerusalem - "Art Fosters Art"; 1995, Colegio de Arquitectos, Malaga, Spain - workshop - "Artists from the Mediterranean"; 1996, Travelling exhibition - "Artists - Messengers of Peace"; 1996, "Yadayim" Artists' Gallery, Jaffa - "Healing The Breach 2"; 1996, Gallery Ante, Herdecke, Dortmund, Germany - "Black and Yellow"; 1997, Palaco Ducla, Govio, Umbria, Italy - "Miniartura"; 1997, Fingood Gallery, West Valley, California, "Women of the Book" (in 1999 in Kutztown University, Pennsylvania); 1998, The Artists House, Jerusalem - "In The Name Of The Land, In The Name Of The Lord"; 1999, "The New Gallery", Teddy soccer stadium, Jerusalem - "Wasteland"; 1999,  Givataim Theater - "It Turns", works with CD; 1999, Givataim Theater - "Artists for Human Rights"; 1999, Givatayim Theater - "B'teselem's Ten-Year Anniversary exhibition"; 1999, Nador street gallery, Komarno, Slovakia - "Komarno as veduta"; 2000, The Artists House, Jerusalem - "33 x 33"; 2000, The Tel-Aviv Performing Arts Center - "Milestones for Peace"; 2000, The Jerusalem Theater - "Identity Card - Israel 2000"; 2001 - Gallery Limes, Komarno, Slovakia, international art symposium, 2002 - Lions in Jerusalem; 2002 Flag art festival, Seoul, Korea. FIFA wold cup; 2002 Markers 2, Electric pole as outdoor sculpture, Kassel, Germany and Ramat Gan; 2002  “Negohot” illustrations for the poetry of  U.Z. Greenberg. Jerusalem center; 2003  “Words on fire”, “Wemen of the Book”, Starr Gallery, Boston, USA; “Wandering Library”, Venice Jewish Museum, to mark the Venice Biennale; 2003    Gallery Limes, Komarno, Slovakia, international art symposium; 2003   The Artist’s Studios, Jerusalem;2004 - "Wandering Library" Holon Mediatheque, Holon; 2004 Vth Bienal of Sacred Art, ROMA (Italy), SIENA (Italy), CARMONA (Spain), ÉCIJA (Spain), MONTORO (Spain), ALMODOVAR DEL RIO (Spain), MARCHENA (Spain); 2005 - Women of the Book, Futernick art gallery, Miami, Florida,  Rutgers University, Camden, New Jersey, USA; 2005 Gallery Limes, Komarno, Slovakia, international art symposium; 2006 -Down Town Jerusalem, Gallery Barbur and In "The Yellow Submarine".. 2007 Gallery Limes, Komarno, Slovakia, international art symposium. 2008 "Blue and white" . Mizel Museum, Denver, Colorado, U.S.A 2012 Transmission notebook archive, (Doron Polak), Kassel, city of Documenta 2012.

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